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England 7/1 to win 2022 World Cup

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As we fast approach the end of the World Cup qualifying rounds, England are priced at just 7/1 to win the World Cup next summer, therefore now is a great time to check out the best World Cup odds which you can find by registering with any featured bookmaker listed on this page.

 

Update: 13.10.21

 

England enjoy a three-point lead at the top of World Cup Qualifying Group I with just two matches left to play and Gareth Southgate’s men are a 7/1 shot to win the competition outright next year.

It hasn’t been plain sailing for the Three Lions as they bid to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, however Gareth Southgate’s men remain very well placed to qualify automatically for the competition. Having win six and drawn two of their eight qualifying matches, the Three Lions sit in pole position in their group with three points separating them from second-placed Poland, however they will have been disappointed by their inability at Wembley last night to beat a Hungary side which they had previously thrashed 4-0 in Budapest.

The reality is that England will almost certainly qualify for the 2022 World Cup as Group I winners and the Three Lions have been installed as one of the favourites to lift the trophy in Qatar. England came agonisingly close to clinching a major international trophy when losing on penalties in the European Championships final to Italy earlier this year and clearly many believe that they can go one better on the biggest stage of all in a little over twelve months time.

Joint-favourites to win the 2022 World Cup are Brazil and France at general odds of 6/1 apiece. The South Americans currently sit firmly at the summit of their South American qualifying group with just two points dropped in ten games while reigning world champions and UEFA Nations League winners France are unbeaten in Group D with three wins and three draws from their six outings and a game-in-hand over second-placed Ukraine.

Elsewhere, beaten UEFA Nations finalists Spain are an 8/1 shot to win the 2022 World Cup while reigning European champions Italy, Argentina and Germany are each 10/1 to go all the way in Qatar next year.

 

World Cup Winner Odds

 

6/1  –  Brazil

6/1  –  France

7/1  –  England

8/1  –  Spain

10/1 –  Italy

10/1 –  Argentina

10/1 –  Germany

12/1 –  Belgium

14/1 –  Netherlands

16/1 –  Portugal

 


 

13.07.21

England 10/1 to win 2022 World Cup

It was agony for Gareth Southgate’s youthful Three Lions on Sunday evening as they lost to Italy on penalties in the final of Euro 2020, however there were plenty of positives to be taken from England’s showing at the tournament as they look ahead to next year’s World Cup in Qatar. As things stand, England are third favourites to win the trophy with most bookies going around 8/1.

A number of excellent performances from the likes of Bukayo Sara and Calvin Phillips as well as some impressive defensive performances have meant that the Three Lions are potentially well placed to build on these solid foundations in the 2022 World Cup.

 

France and Brazil joint 6/1 favourites

Despite being dumped out of Euro 2020 at the last sixteen stage by unfancied Switzerland, France sit alongside Copa America finalists Brazil at the top of the 2022 World Cup betting market at odds of 6/1. Having beaten Brazil in the final of the Copa America at the weekend, Argentina are a general 12/1 to go all the way in Qatar next autumn.

Elsewhere, Spain are as low as 8/1 to get their hands on the trophy while Euro 2020 winners Italy are as big as 11/1 to win the World Cup despite going all the way at this summer’s European Championships. Germany are 10/1 to taste glory in Qatar next year while Belgium and Portugal are 12/1 and 16/1 respectively with most bookmakers.

 

World Cup Winner Odds

 

6/1  –  France

6/1  –  Brazil

8/1  –  England

10/1 –  Spain

10/1 –  Italy

12/1 –  Belgium

12/1 –  Argentina

16/1 –  Portugal